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Covid-19 makes UK manufacturers prime targets for cybercriminals

Covid-19 makes UK manufacturers prime targets for cybercriminals

The ongoing pandemic has created a series of emergencies for UK manufacturers. A combination of rapidly implemented remote working, together with reduced staffing, closures and supply chain disruption led to lost revenue and productivity, with security neglected as business leaders sought to fight the most visibly pressing issues first.

AI solving real-world problems and AI ethics among top trends for 2021, according to Oxylabs’ AI and ML advisory board

AI solving real-world problems and AI ethics among top trends for 2021, according to Oxylabs’ AI and ML advisory board

The ongoing impact of Covid-19 is still affecting organisations nearly a year since the pandemic began, with business leaders continuing to leverage technology in order to navigate the crisis.

According to Oxylabs’ dedicated AI and ML advisory board, some of the most important trends in 2021 will include the increased use of ethical AI for diversity, accountability, and model explainability, alongside increased instances of AI solving challenging real-world problems.

Data loss prevention: Artificial intelligence vs. human insight

Data loss prevention: Artificial intelligence vs. human insight

The cybersecurity landscape continues to evolve as cyber criminals become ever more sophisticated, and digital security tools accelerate to mitigate the risks as much as possible.

Brits spent £176.6 billion in online shopping during the year of the pandemic

Brits spent £176.6 billion in online shopping during the year of the pandemic

A new study by Merchant Machine has analysed the B2C spend of countries around the world to find the biggest online spenders. The study has also found how much of their salary consumers in each country spend on online shopping, as well as the products that have seen the biggest increase and decrease in online sales this year.

What are the New Rules for Parcel Delivery since Brexit

What are the New Rules for Parcel Delivery since Brexit

By Ed Smith, freelance journalist

On January 1st, Britain woke up to life outside of the European Union for the first time in several decades. This transition, while it hasn’t quite captured the attention of the news media in the same way as other world events, may have profound implications for those shipping to the trading bloc.

Utility workers risking their jobs with careless security habits

Utility workers risking their jobs with careless security habits

While much of the nation returns to working exclusively from home, utility workers continue to venture out in the midst of the pandemic to help those in need.

However, despite the continuation of their work through these troubled times, a new study has shown that utility workers’ security and cybersecurity practices could be putting their jobs at risk in 2021. 

DevOps will be the hot tech position in 2021, and Javascript remains the top programming language

DevOps will be the hot tech position in 2021, and Javascript remains the top programming language

DevOps experts will be the most in-demand developers in 2021 as remote working continues to drive demand, according to the latest global developer report* by CodinGame.

Shutting out hackers as retailers harvest more data in the e-commerce boom

Shutting out hackers as retailers harvest more data in the e-commerce boom

Retailers are handling increasing amounts of customer data as they bolster online operations. Lewis Johnstone, products and solutions specialist at Brother UK, outlines how firms can keep this data secure by shutting an overlooked back door into networks through insufficient print security.

2021 is set to be a ‘golden age’ for data, says Oxylabs

2021 is set to be a ‘golden age’ for data, says Oxylabs

2021 will bring a new set of organisational challenges, but for now business leaders are taking solace in the fact that, as vaccine rollouts begin to gather pace, there is light at the end of the tunnel, from the past 12 months of turmoil. In doing so, operational planning is increasingly moving out of short-term survival-mode to long-term progression.

Biden Presidency good for UK tech Companies

Biden Presidency good for UK tech Companies

President Biden’s ambitious plans to hit the ground running by tackling climate change and being net zero by 2050 is good news for UK tech industry which should see increased investment in the UK, say leading tax and advisory from Blick Rothenberg

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